KARE & NIELIT (National Institute of Electronics & Information Technology, Calicut)
(Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, GOVERNMENT OF INDIA)
Advanced Diploma in
“Industrial Automation and the Internet of Things”
Foreign Instructors for KARE-NIELIT
Graduated in Computer Engineering, from Università degli Studi del Sannio, Benevento (Italy). He earned the title of Ph.D. degree and Post-Ph.D., position from Università degli Studi del Sannio. During the Ph.D. he was at the Stanford University (CA), USA. He has worked with “Dipartimento di Ingegneria” in remote sensing and automatic control systems also Inventor of some Italian patents and author of international research papers in the ICT and Automatic control sector. His research interests include power electronic devices,microcontrollers, FPGA and renewable energy sources. He has also served as reviewer of International Journals. Currently, he is working on automatic control systems for an International company in Italy.
Holds a “laurea” degree in Computer Science and a research doctorate in Automatic Control. He has done Post- Ph.D., at Università degli Studi del Sannio, Benevento. His current research interests include model predictive control methods, automotive controls and smart-grid control. He co-authored more than 20 papers on international archival journals or proceedings of international conferences. Currently he is working as Team Leader for Research Group GRACE for Horizon 2020 project Haeolus.
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Received his M.Sc. degree in Telecommunications and Ph.D from Madrid Technical University (UPM) in 2015. He is also working as a researcher in different European projects, like SODA, ESNA, DIYSE, LIFEWEAR, DEMANES, E-GOTHAM, and I3RES. His current research interests include wireless sensor networks, network security algorithms, network protocols, knowledge management and tiny devices middleware. He has several conference presentations and paper published in indexed journals. He has also participated as an invited lecturer in different undergraduate, master and doctoral courses.